Fitness Tips with Chrissy Zmijewski: Core Work (Hip Flexors and Obliques)

I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

Chrissy Zmijewski ( shows you how to work your core muscles, in particular the hip flexors and obliques.

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  1. TurlesFTL says:

    you should give the guy who was training behind you a few tips
    that looked horrible what he was doing 😉

  2. @corky246 exactly

  3. y are the best youtube trainers always women>?…..oh, im a guy?

  4. I hope you realize how gorgeous and inspiring you are. 🙂 I can see the contraction of every muscle that you’re focusing on! Great form!

  5. she has a sexy body

  6. If there is any doubt Chrissy knows what she’s talking about, just take a gander at her gorgeous body. WOW!! You practice what you preach, girl!

  7. steviniki says:

    Your physique is amazing, I need to lose body fat, any good tips for me please?

  8. RawFoodGuy99 says:

    When i do this i hear a click but no pain ,im wondering if my spine is out of alignment !

  9. ShadowNINku says:

    I’m hooked on these videos……many people have tight/short hip flexors already so I think that this exercise should be coupled with hip flexor stretches so that they don’t become even tighter and to loosen them up, I do this movement but with the abs contracting and back crunching, weight on forehead

  10. very true! thanks for helping kozes out!

  11. smokinballa415 says:

    twisting an excessive abuot can torque your spine and really doesnt do much for your abs. limited motion is safer, more stable, and much more efficient.

  12. is there a reason you only twist so much?
    i was twisting a lot when doing this exercise

  13. I do these and yup I feel it in the hip flexors. Thanks!

  14. amazonas1718 says:

    You are amazing excelent job.

  15. viktorleon says:

    god job, you are a godess

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